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Benefits of Planting Marigolds

 10 Benefits of Planting Marigolds in Your Vegetable Garden Marigolds are tall flowers, up to about three feet tall. They are globose and can be red, orange, or yellow. They represent passion, and creativity and are associated with the famous brave li on. With this appearance, marigolds are often found in gardens due to their remarkable properties. The vegetable garden is a great source of entertainment and a perfect source of fresh, natural food. That being said, if you hear about growing marigold flowers in your garden, it can be confusing. If you are a gardener and have never thought about planting flowers in your vegetable garden, now is a fantastic time to consider it. Marigold may be a flower, but with its decoration and naturally derived elements, it can provide an incredible amount of benefits to your vegetable garden. 1. Attracts bees and other pollinators Planting marigolds in the vegetable garden attracts bees and pollinators. The bright flowers of this flower ar

Plant marigolds with your tomato plants

 5 Reasons to plant marigolds with your tomato plants While tomatoes are incredibly fruitful to grow, like everything else in life, they are not without their dangers. We don’t just like tomatoes. There are other animals, birds, insects, and soil-borne problems that love these vibrant, tasty plants. It is also true that tomatoes are preferred by other plants. You can help them develop useful relationships. Subsidiary Planting - Coexistence Relationships You may have seen an example of a symbiotic relationship in a documentary or on a nature show. It can be a beautiful, majestic sea turtle that goes to a certain place every year. Interestingly, many different types of fish come out to clean it. Or, a giant, deadly shark with a small fish swimming in its mouth and around it. They clean its teeth! These are just two examples of the unique symbiotic relationships in the wild. Plants do it too Incredibly, plants have many properties that help their neighbors. A plant can be a ni